JRN 203 Project
Created by joehardy on Dec 9, 2010
Last updated: 12/09/10 at 09:42 PM
Tags: msu JRN 203 gude
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Me make the trek back to East Lansing, stopping in Howell on the way.
Getting some religion before I head back to Babylon...ahem...East Lansing.
This time we went to Howell to shop at the Tanger Outlets, since it's on our way back to campus. $400 on clothes I won't be able to wear for a month? Yes please.
My cousin shipped off a few days after this, so we all went to his favorite restaurant. He says he's going to be Charger fan when he moves out there...can't really blame him.
Like every year, we put up the Christmas tree over the weekend.
Boise St. was supposed to DESTROY Nevada...but their kicker missed two short FG in the last seconds. One of my friends (she was born in Reno) is $5 richer now. This one left half of our house yelling at the TV screen
I work at Panera Bread, which is CRAZY busy during these last two months of the year, even if you can't see it much during this photo.
Me and my friends literally played Call of Duty (mostly Nazi Zombies) for literally about 5-6 hours straight. After this we watched episodes of The Walking Dead on AMC...yeah, we were in a zombie killing mood.
My cousin recently enlisted and just graduated Marine bootcamp. Welcome back party!
My Marine cousin bets he could take my my brother and 2 of my friends in a wrestling match. Money is exchanged. Chaos ensues.
Even though I covered it for a JRN 203 project...I still hadnt seen it! Finally did today...and it was 100% worth it.
Best Buy had a good deal on a 32 inch TV, so me and my friends stood in line to get it when the doors opened at 5:30am. This picture is from the Detroit News, I got interviewed when I first came out.
I didn't actually bring a tent...but I did stay outside of best buy for 6 hours.
This is a bar chart of the amount of food I ate on Thanksgiving Day.
Me and bunch of buddies went to see the Detroit Lions vs. The New England Patriots. It was a BLOWOUT...but at least the Lions put up a better fight than the Jets did recently. And I'm glad the Lions have an indoor stadium because the parade was enough cold for me!
I was once again DRAGGED to the Thanksgiving Day parade by my family. Forget tradition....it was way too cold.
This year I actually decided to help my family cook for Thanksgiving. I went grocery shopping for my aunt and helped my mom bake well into Thanksgiving morning.
My car broke down about 10 miles from our exit...special thanks to AAA for getting me home this Thanksgiving. It would have been even better if they didnt take TWO HOURS!
Me and my roommate drove back to our hometown, about an hour east of here in Clinton Township.
The final thing I had to do in East Lansing before I was free.